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Running to Mental Health

David Jones and John Brower

Running to Mental Health is a forum for the discussion of the positive effects of running on mental health issues.

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I first heard Dr. Doug Lisle speak several years ago at a Forks Over Knives conference in Atlanta. A clinical psychologist practicing in California, Dr. Lisle has been at the forefront of developing a clear understanding of how self-esteem works. … Continue reading →
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Apr 18, 2016 David Jones and John Brower
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My good friend, Julio Salazar, and two of his good friends will be running across Wisconsin to raise awareness of the need to defeat the stigma of mental health issues. I have significant pride in counting Julio as one of … Continue reading →
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Mar 30, 2016 David Jones and John Brower
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For many years, one of my favorite podcasts has been Phedippidations. The host, Steve Runner (Walker) is our guest today. Steve has been a runner for many years and his podcast covers thoughts about the philosophy and psychology of running, … Continue reading →
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Feb 8, 2016 David Jones and John Brower
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My friend, Julio Salazar, first made my aware of Karl Hoppner as someone that I would want to interview. Karl lives in Ottawa, Canada. As a former cyclist in Canada and Belgium during his adolescence, depression and anxiety began to … Continue reading →
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Dec 17, 2015 David Jones and John Brower
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I am very pleased to present this episode’s interview with three time Olympic middle distance runner Suzy Favor Hamilton. Suzy was at the top of her game having competed at three Olympic games when her undiagnosed bipolar disorder became highly … Continue reading →
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Nov 2, 2015 David Jones and John Brower
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In this episode, Julio and I interview Adam Sud, son of one of Whole Foods founders.  Adam is a recovering addict.  We hear about Adam’s fast drop in to drug abuse during high school while moving from using Adderall as … Continue reading →
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Sep 28, 2015 David Jones and John Brower
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Anyone who follows ultrarunning is probably hearing talk about an up and coming runner named Breanna Cornell. She recently completed the Badwater Ultra becoming the youngest female to have ever completed one on the most grueling courses on the planet. … Continue reading →
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Sep 14, 2015 David Jones and John Brower
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Most of you probably know who Charlie Engle is already. His legendary runs have been documented in films like Running the Sahara. Charlie is in recovery from chemical dependency. In today’s episode, we spend time discussed his addiction and tracing … Continue reading →
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Apr 29, 2015 David Jones and John Brower
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As our first return guest, Julio Salazar talks about his upcoming run across the state of Minnesota. Julio’s project, Break the Stigma, addresses the issue of persons being afraid to be open about their mental health issues. He promotes openness … Continue reading →
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Apr 17, 2015 David Jones and John Brower
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I am not personally aware of anyone who has coached more runners than Jeff Galloway. Over 300,000 in his career. Best known for being a proponent of the run-walk-run method, Jeff is also one of the most knowledgeable professionals on … Continue reading →
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Dec 13, 2014 David Jones and John Brower
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Brett Wilcox is a therapist in Sitka, Alaska. He lives there with his wife, son, and daughter. Brett’s 15 year old son, David, a runner himself, proposed the idea of the two of them running across the United States to … Continue reading →
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Nov 17, 2014 David Jones and John Brower
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On today’s podcast, I interview Roger Joslin, an Episcopal priest in Bentonville, Arkansas. We are continuing along the theme of our last few episodes by discussing the spiritual and meditative effects of running.   While discussing these issues with one of … Continue reading →
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Oct 21, 2014 David Jones and John Brower
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On today’s episode, I interview Michael Sandler of www.mindfulrunning.org. Michael has been a professional athlete and has dealt with ADHD. In his search to become a better athlete while on long sessions on the bike, he began to become interested … Continue reading →
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Sep 26, 2014 David Jones and John Brower
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On today’s episode of the Running to Mental Health Podcast, I interview Marshall Ulrich. Let me list below some of his accomplishments: Completed 121 ultra marathons averaging over 100 miles each Reached the summit of each of the Seven Summits, … Continue reading →
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Aug 25, 2014 David Jones and John Brower
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On today’s episode, I will be talking to Dr. Jacqueline Gunn, a psychologist practicing in New York City. Dr. Gunn and I first got to know each other on the Facebook site. She wrote to let me know that she … Continue reading →
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Jul 29, 2014 David Jones and John Brower
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Patrick House won Season 10 of the Biggest Loser. He is from my home state of Mississippi. The boy knew how to eat, like most of us, unfortunately. It’s a classic story of a very good football player, a lineman, … Continue reading →
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Jul 18, 2014 David Jones and John Brower
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Chris Vargo is the 50 mile champion for the United States.  He is a member of the Nike Trail Elite Team and an accomplished ultra-runner.  Chris is also a recovering alcoholic.  In today’s interview, Chris discusses his roots in Indiana, … Continue reading →
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Jun 6, 2014 David Jones and John Brower
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On today’s episode, I interview Caleb Daniloff. I first became aware of Caleb when I read his book, Running Ransom Road, an autobiography of descent into addiction over many years and his recovery. Caleb’s road to recovery involved running as … Continue reading →
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May 12, 2014 David Jones and John Brower
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Julio Salazar has struggled with depression and anxiety for most of his life. Born in Costa Rica and now living with his wife and children in Minnesota, Julio has courageously worked to overcome these issues with therapy, medication, and, of … Continue reading →
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May 5, 2014 David Jones and John Brower
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Most of you have experienced in one was or another the effects of premenstrual dysphoric disorder.  In today’s episode, we have the opportunity to talk to someone who has been effected by this and hear how running helped in its … Continue reading →
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Apr 7, 2014 David Jones and John Brower
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Most of us have had or know someone who has had a chronic disease like diabetes, cardiovascular disease or hypertension.  In today’s episode, I interview Dr. Rick Guynes, a board certified cardiologist, and Dr. Ed Daly, a board certified internal … Continue reading →
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Feb 17, 2014 David Jones and John Brower
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We’ve just recorded our first podcast which introduces us and tells a little of our stories.  Give us some feedback when you can.  Enjoy the listen. http://traffic.libsyn.com/runningtomentalhealth/Episode_1-_Running_to_Mental_Health.mp3